High CPU usage on ufdbcat or ufdbguardd

Available with Artica version 1.9.021102

With the H option on menu console, you can display the task manager

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If you see that the process ufdbcat or ufdbguardd use 100% CPU, this means that a database is corrupted.


  • Click on the Arrow of the top menu and choose updates
  • Select Web filtering databases
  • Down to Artica database and click on Delete Databases
  • This will remove all databases and restart services.
  • Artica will try to download again web filtering databases

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